Bebe Rexha spreads body-positivity in lingerie: ‘normalize 165 pounds’

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Bebe Rexha is continuing to shut down body-shaming and embrace self-love.

The singer, 31, took to TikTok to spread body-positivity on Tuesday, posing in lacy lingerie and asking followers to “normalize 165 pounds.”

Rexha danced to Nicki Minaj’s “Good Form” while showing off her curves in the Lucinda Contour bra and panty set ($49.95), part of her recent collaboration with Adore Me.

“How much do you think I weigh?”  she began the video, before adding “No ones [sic] business. Cause I’m a bad bitch no matter what my weight.”

“But let’s normalize 165 pounds,” she concluded the clip, which she captioned simply, “Feeling like a bad bitch today.”

Followers thanked her for the empowering message, with one commenting, “after knowing bebe shares our body type I feel so much better,” and another adding, “this is what we need on this app.”

The outspoken body positivity advocate is known for keeping it real on social media, previously posting unedited bikini photos and showing off her stretch marks.

And she’s not shy about clapping back at body shaming, either. In November, she set the record straight on plastic surgery rumors after paparazzi photographed her on the beach in Mexico.

“I want to show you what I really look like. Yes, I got thighs, I got an ass,” she said on her Instagram Stories at the time, wearing the same swimsuit while addressing her body image struggles.

She even revealed in 2019 that she sometimes strips down to her underwear at home, perhaps providing inspiration for her recent TikTok.

“I went through a point of really not liking myself, and I still have my moments—but I just started trying to be nice to myself and doing things every day,” she told Health at the time.

“I walk around the house in just underwear and a bra. My therapist told me, ‘You should walk around naked; it helps.’ I’m like, ‘I can’t do that yet!’””

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